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USA vs. Colombia 2016 live stream: Copa America Centenario game time, TV channels and how to watch online

DeAndre Yedlin and USA open the summer tournament season by hosting James Rodriguez and Colombia in California.

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The summer of international football starts now! The 2016 Copa America Centenario, the 100th anniversary of South America's premier international football competition, kicks off tonight in Santa Clara, California. The United States will take on James Rodriguez and Colombia in the opening match of the competition, which has been expanded to 16 teams (including several from North and Central America), and is hosted in USA.

Tottenham Hotspur have one player involved: right back DeAndre Yedlin, fresh off of a season-long loan at Sunderland in the crucible of a club threatened by relegation from the Premier League. Yedlin appears to have locked down the right back position for USA, and fans can expect to see him bombing forward into attacking areas and firing in crosses for his teammates.

Also, be sure and visit our sister website Stars & Stripes FC for all things 'MERICA.

Here's your open thread for the match. Enjoy!


Lineups will be posted when announced by the teams.

How to Watch

Date/time: Friday, June 3, 2016, 9:30 p.m. (USA), 2:30 a.m. Saturday (UK)

Venue: Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara, California, USA

TV: Fox Sports 1 (USA), Premier Sports (UK), Univision (Canada), beIN Sports (Australia), other listings at

Streaming: Fox Sports Go, Fox Soccer2Go (USA)

Match thread rules:

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